Some of my kin folks won't like this post, because tonight, unfortunately, I am going to have to "attack black".
I know I know, there is still a lot of racism to chase out there, but I will have get to that another night.
Let me start out in Los Angeles, where some of you Negroes have been apparently sniffing some fumes from the La Brea Tar Pits.
First your local chapter of the NAACP makes a mockery of themselves , and now this latest embarrassing episode.
I am referring to Rev. J. B. Hardwick, who thought that it would be cool to invite that racist jackass, Donald Sterling, to his church this past Sunday.
"This past weekend Donald Sterling accepted an invitation to a predominately African-American church service in South Central Los Angeles. The pastor, Rev. J. B. Hardwick, explained the invitation to Anderson saying, "I noticed this man carrying a load or burden and my heart went out to him." [Source]
“I look at the scriptures, The Bible and I have a great belief in the word of God. And I just can’t picture him as a person who carries hate continuously in [their] heart.” [Source]
Lord have mercy Rev., what kind of gospel are you teaching in your church?
If the pews aren't empty this Sunday morning every one of your members need to just slap themselves upside their own heads.
"At the end of the interview, Anderson asked Rev. Hardwick if Sterling discussed a monetary donation to him. Hardwick said no, only to acknowledge minutes later that Sterling did say to him, “Reverend, I would like to do something to help the community.”
I bet he would. Oh to be rich in America. You can be a racist and get absolution from the people you secretly despise by throwing money at the greedy corrupt people who lead them.
Finally, the next story would actually be funny if it wasn't so sad.
I love a nice wedding as much as the next guy, and if a couple wants to go all out and have a wonderful wedding so that they can enjoy the memories for years to come, well then so be it. But.....but.....
Let me just give you the story as the New York Daily News gave it to me:
"Shona Carter-Brooks, of Jackson, received online criticism after pictures from her wedding day showed her 1-month-old baby wrapped into her dress as she walked down the aisle. There are no reports of the child being injured. She wrote on her Facebook page the baby was awake and secured during the ceremony."
Hold up, can you run that by me again?
"A Tennessee woman has fired back at critics for the unusual way she included her baby daughter in her recent wedding.
Shona Carter-Brooks, of Jackson, Tenn., secured her 1-month-old daughter on the train of her wedding dress as she walked down the aisle. Carter Brooks, who married Johnathan Brooks at the Elam Baptist Church in Ripley, Tenn., last weekend, walked down the aisle with her daughter dragging behind wrapped in the enormous amount of material on her David's Bridal dress by Vera Wang, according to her Facebook page.
A company spokeswoman told The News it was not actually a Vera Wang dress after a close review of the photographs." [Source and more pics]
Johnathan I know that you love your wife, but when she threw out this brilliant idea during the planning stage you should have stepped in and said: Honey, maybe we should just go to the Justice of the Peace and splurge on a really nice honeymoon.
Sorry, the Brooks belong in Rev. Hardwick's church. They deserve each other.